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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1872


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p.3 Canadian Navigation Company - The steamers of the Royal Mail Through Line (Canadian Navigation Company) now run all the Rapids of the St. Lawrence by daylight, so that passengers leaving Kingston at 5:30 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted, are afforded a splendid view of the delighful scenery of the Thousand Islands, etc. Every morning we learn that these steamers carry a large number of passengers, many of whom are Americans, on their way to watering places and cities in the east. For the past ten days numerous western people have passed down, en route to Boston, intending to be present at the great jubilee, soon to take place there.

p.4 Marine News

Messrs. Jones and Miller's wharf - Arrived - The schr. Geo. Davis, from Toledo, with 20,000 bushels of corn, and five barges per tug line from Montreal, light. The schr. Eliza White sailed for Cobourg, light. The barges Monica, Cato, Lion, and Alice Pacey leave this evening for Montreal with a combined cargo of 54,000 bushels of corn and wheat.

Messrs. Coulthurst and Macphie's wharf - Arrivals - Barges Protector, Montreal, 250 tons of nut coal; Mohawk, do., 30 tons of fish plates; M.A. Grant, 100 tons of pig iron. The schr. Mont Blanc is loading 350 tons of iron for Milwaukie; the Arctic, 230 tons of do. for Cleveland, and the barque Jessie Drummond, for Milwaukie, with 200 tons of iron.

Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - The schr. Tom Martin, Toledo, 10,300 bushels of corn; and William Sharpe, from Chicago, 15,500 bush of do. arrived yesterday. The following barges departed per government tug line: Burgess, 10,050 bush of corn; Frank, 10,125 bush of do.; Royal Oak, 14,177 bush do.; Idyl, 6,849 bush do.; Chicago, 22,413 bush of do. The schrs. Agnes cleared for Toronto with 111 tons of pig iron; the F.D. Barker, for Oswego, light; and the Ocean Wave, for South Bay, light.

The schrs. Union Jack and Dominion left for the Welland Canal, light.

Messrs. James Swift & Co's wharf - The steamer Passport and propeller Argyle passed up, and the steamer Spartan this morning.

Messrs. Holcomb and Stewart's wharf - The schr. New Dominion from Port Elgin with 4,000 bushels of wheat has arrived. The tug Wren leaves this evening with four barges, containing 65,000 bushels of wheat and corn for Montreal.


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Date of Original:
June 13, 1872
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KN.21017
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Rick Neilson
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Daily News (Kingston, ON), June 13, 1872